The Page Museum is Diggin KillerPumpkins!

We would like to send our heartfelt thanks to all our friends at the George C. Page Museum (more commonly known as the La Brea Tar Pits) for taking the time to send us this picture of the Project 23 crew members.

The crew seen here are diligently hard at work uncovering 1 of 23 large boxes of fossils that were found while excavating for the extension to the LA County Museum of Art. During the excavation a bulldozer hit the skull of a very large Colombian mammoth. By law all building had to stop, but rather than hold up construction for years, paleontologists decided to call in a tree moving company that effectively "boxed" all of the land in which they believed fossils resided. Among the millions of fossil remains they anticipate to uncover are animals as diverse as saber-tooth cats, North American Lions, horses, birds, Dire Wolves and more.

Our sources have advised us that pumpkin remains haven’t been found as of yet . . . but we’re hopeful!